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you are trying to make your way on to 880 this morning so expect some slowdowns as everyone has to stop and take a peek as they are heading through that stretch. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, things are definitely backing up a little bit more than usual in those cash lanes. we are already showing a sensor of yellow 12 minutes into san francisco from the maze. back to you. playboy founder hugh hefner has died at age 91. now people from around the world are taking to social media to honor the legendary ladies' man. hugh hefner became the symbol of the magazines he sold, the lifestyle. ultimate playboy that spanned decades. since the news of his death, fans have been flocking to his star on the hollywood walk of fame and the legendary playboy mansion. >> when you think about who he is and what he has done, huge, huge guy. >> reporter: the first issue of
playboy launched in 1953 with a naked marilyn monroe. >> i think that i started playboy in part because i was raised in a lot of repression, very typically midwestern methodist home. >> reporter: and throughout the years, celebrities continued to grace the cover and centerfolds of the provocative magazine. after hearing the news of his death, reality star kim kardashian took to social media tweeting in part: >> reporter: always comfortable in a pair of silk pajamas, it featured articles, essays and short stories. overnight larry king said: >> reporter: shortly after hefner's death was announced, his son cooper said: my father lived an exceptional
and impactful life as a media and culture pioneer and a leading voice behind some of the most significant social and cultural movements of our time." >> a statement from playboy suggests hefner died of natural causes at his los angeles home. he was surrounded by family. richmond police are look for the driver in a hit-and-run crash that critically injured a 3-year-old boy. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in oakland this morning with the very latest. jessica. >> reporter: good morning, kenny. yeah. the 3-year-old boy was taken here to children's hospital oakland suffering from a head injury in serious condition. at last check we're told he is now in stable condition. let me show you a map of where this happened. it happened wednesday morning. that hit-and-run crash leaving that boy critically injured. right next to the richmond city hall off macdonald avenue. police say the boy's mother was trying to put him into his car seat when he ran into the street and police say a driver struck the boy. police say the driver stopped
after hitting the child, drove around and took off. video surveillance shows the suspect vehicle a red smart car with a black top. it has front end damage. police hope someone can identify the driver. >> it's too obvious. red smart car? not only that. it's a 3-year-old. i don't think anybody is going to tolerate this. so the best thing to do is turn yourself in and we can discuss this and figure things out. >> reporter: we spoke to the boy's father yesterday. he is desperate asking the public for help. if you think you may recognize the car or may know the driver, call police. now, the boy's father did tell us yesterday that the 3-year- old had brain surgery. now, again at last check, we are told he is in stable condition. live in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. we are waiting to learn more about the standoff on i-80 in emeryville that ended with police shooting and killing the suspect. police say that the suspect was
wanted in connection with a 2015 homicide. officers chased him on 80 from richmond to emeryville and that's where a standoff lasted for hours shutting down both directions of 80 and snarling traffic for miles. the suspect was killed during an exchange of gunfire with police. no one else was injured. the suspect's name hasn't been released. today a santa clara woman awarded millions in a use of force settlement is speaking out about her encounter with officers. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in santa clara with the details. anne. >> reporter: this woman broke her ankle after police officers busted open her door, then came this $7 million settlement. the police chief here in santa clara says it's not exactly fair. here's the video. [ screaming ] . >> reporter: danielle burfine says it caused her a permanent
debilitating nerve condition. she says she refused to open the door because police didn't have a warrant to arrest her daughter, who they had identified as a suspect in an arson at santa clara high school. burfine says officers threw her down but the chief says she tripped and is disappointed the city's third party insurance company settled with burfine. >> i think the court's decision would find my officers acted in good faith within policy and within the law. >> reporter: she admitted it was an accident off video. as for why police didn't have a warrant, they used an exception that allows them on private property without a warrant but it is typically used when suspects run from officers. you can see that video on our website. go to cbssf.com. president trump talking taxes now. he has released his long- awaited plan to overhaul the
nation's tax code. the eight-page blueprint was released yesterday calling for slashing the corporate tax freight 35% to 20%. it also simplifies the tax code by reducing the seven income tax brackets to three brackets. 12%, 25% and 35%. >> the top rate on the wealthiest comes down, and the bottom rate on working class families goes up. what kind of plan is this? >> republicans say that doubling the standard deduction and boosting the child tax credit will lower working class taxes. now, analysts warn that the plan could reduce government revenue by $2 trillion or more over 10 years. the president's proposal also eliminates the current state and local deductions. that's bad news for people in california who itemize. it is unclear how much the plan would cost or if congress will pass it. today state education official will meet to discuss how to incorporate lgbt
curriculum at all levels. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in the newsroom to explain why some lgbtq groups are opposed to some of the proposed textbooks. >> reporter: this is a big decision. partially because california is the country's largest market for textbook makers with more than 6 million children in public schools. today, a commission will decide on which k through 8 textbooks will be in use for the next 10 years. lgbt advocacy groups say many of those texts exclude or misrepresent the lgbt community in direct violation with the 2011 fair education act. but the new textbooks do include homosexual and transgender history like lgbt figures and same-sex marriage. critics say the material unlawfully redefines marriage. >> the law simply says that lgbt heroes are supposed to be introduced into the curriculum. but under the guise of that now what they are trying to do is do teach a new view of gender. >> reporter: that was the
california family council and other religious rights advocates who believe the proposed lesson plans promote a gay agenda and once the state education department approves the books, parents will not be able to opt out. the human rights campaign a national gay rights group is not aware of similar legislation in any other state. in the newsroom, jackie ward, kpix 5. time now is 5:08. helping hands from far away places. the bay area school that raised thousands of dollars for a school thousands of miles away. >> and the new cover of sports illustrated is causing controversy with a warriors player. why steph curry isn't happy. >> from the kpix weather center, good morning, everybody. it is back! the fog. and i'll talk about the areas that will cool by 10 degrees. >> and we are tracking some slowdowns for your morning commute. surprise, surprise, 580 already busy. reports of a new accident along interstate 80. find out if part of your ride coming up.
texas as a cat-4 last month it cost $75 billion in damage. many homes and schools were destroyed and that inspired a school in petaluma to step up and help. that's why valle vista elementary school is this week's "cool school." reporter: valle vista starts its school assembly with a song and announcements. [ applause ] >> reporter: today's students learn how much money they raised to help a school 2,000 miles away. when hurricane harvey devastated texas in late august, the damage left more than 200,000 students out of school. >> i was shocked because i never have seen that much, like, water in one area. and i don't understand just, like, how i would react in that situation. >> reporter: valle vista's principal found the principals helping principals page or facebook. she messaged the school in texas and asked what the school
needed. >> she got back to me with a specific supplies list and said if you can help with any of this, that would be great. >> reporter: so she took the list to her student council. >> i felt really bad because, you know, their school was wrecked, and, um, i just kind of wanted to help out. >> reporter: they decided to ask every student for a dollar and in exchange, they could wear a hat for the entire schoolday. >> so we had football helmets, we had beanies with the beard attached, baseball hats, beret, everything. >> reporter: the hats for hurricane help was expected to raise at least $300 with 300tk through 6th grade students at the school but instead it raised $1,100. >> i just hope that they know that we really cared about this. and if they ever need something, we would always be there to help out because we're school to school. so just feels nice to help out. >> yeah. they did an awesome job raising that money and had a lot of fun
doing it wearing all those hats. so they are using the money to buy the supplies on the list. and they are gonna ship it to the school. i think the school should get it next week. >> it's wonderful to see the kids starting off and giving a little bit. we saw houston,it starts with a little. >> and it will go a long way. >> the parents must be very proud. >> of course. and we are, too. >> definitely. what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at email@example.com, and we may feature your school on the thursday morning show. very nice job. >> thank you. >> it's the kids. let's check the roads at 5:14. >> things are looking good for drivers on 80. things are in the green looking fantastic near highway 4. we are tractongo aac r ciden ntfr this is on the pinole valley off-ramp from interstate 80 and it looks like a car hit a deer
am we were just talking about a deer yesterday. a lot of animal hazards on the roads so please be on the lookout. and with the fog it may be difficult to see so heads up out there. if you are on the eastshore freeway this morning towards the bay bridge, your ride is in the green. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, we are seeing cars back up just in the cash lanes. if you have fastrak, carpooling, you're good to go. smooth sailing heading into san francisco. no metering lights just yet. but they will be on any minute. 580 in the yellow. westbound direction. 29 minutes between 205 and 680. the rest of your ride, all moving at the limit and in the green. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. let's check with roberta now on the forecast. >> you had a nightmare of a day yesterday, jaclyn. so glad things aren't as bad this morning. clear skies. you can see the port of oakland but check out the golden gate bridge. it's a return of the fog that
we welcome to cool down a bit and not have such dry air mass and high fire danger. it's 50 in santa rosa. 60 in oakland. low 60s in san francisco and san jose. dave one of our weather watcher assist in napa reporting 50 degrees. happy thursday. clear morning. bring on the cooldown. yesterday mid-90s. west winds an onshore push due to the fog in san francisco. but across the bay northeast, that's still offshore flow in oakland. so we will cool down along the coast today. not so much in our inland areas where we're still seeing some of those winds out of the northeast. currently calm in napa. satellite-radar there it is right there. that marine deck about 1,000 feet deep now stacked up at the coast not penetrating the peninsula as of yet. but the cooling has begun. it will not be as hot today as it was yesterday at least not along the seashore. additional cooling will take place on friday then below
normal temperatures for the weekend. today san francisco, we're talking about average high temperatures around 70, what i was trying to show here is yesterday was 85. today 76. nine degree cooldown at the coast and in san francisco. this is a dry cold front. you can see the clouds associated with it. it's banking up against that high pressure ridge. it's going to enhance the marine layer and we'll see clouds, as well. today 90 sacramento, 74 monterey after seeing nearly 80 yesterday. approaching 70 in the high sierra. 93 in fresno. around our area, again, down from 85 yesterday to 76 in san francisco. out of the 80s along the seashore. we'll see 60s and low 70s upper 80s san jose, still hot inland in the 90s. you see below average temperatures through the
weekend and next week. i'm one of the biggest warriors fans. right? what's going on with steph this morning? >> i know you're a huge warriors fan. and a steph curry fan. we all are! steph curry's actually trending right now. he is front and center on the latest sports illustrated cover dedicated to the political discourse and protests in the sports world. but! he is not happy about it. >> this is terrible. this is capitalizing on the hoopla in the media and all that nonsense. if you don't have kaepernick front and center on that, then something's wrong. >> here's a closer look at the cover. former 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick was left off the cover completely despite being credited with sparking the protests in sports. it looks like justin timberlake will be bringing sexy back to the super bowl stage. he will take part in pepsi's 52 halftime show in minneapolis this coming february. according to "us" weekly j.t.
deal. e nfl are locking down a ifco hme ade hes more than 14 years after his part in janet jackson's infamous "wardrobe malfunction." generations of young readers grew up on judy bloom books and now she is spilling her secrets. she will give her first online writing seminar through master collars about developing strong characters and how to hook readers. tales of a fourth grade, are you there god, and other bloom books have sold 58 million copies. love those books. the class is already accepting preenrollment is eric reid worried that kneeling during anthem might cost him his career? and matt cain makes a decision about his career next.
> matt cain was drafted by the giants in 2002 and 15 years in the organization, he announced his retirement yesterday. >> i have been able to be lucky enough to be with the same organization and it means so much to me. and i can't picture myself putting a different uniform on. >> classy move in phoenix to honor him mid game. big daddy will make his final start saturday at home. giants closer sam dyson gave up three runs in the 9th
inning including the bases loaded walk for the d-backs win. the giants lose 4-3. they have 97 losses with 3 games remaining. the 49ers talked to the media for a combined 49 minutes in santa clara yesterday. just nine of those minutes were about football. >> i'm looking ahead to sunday. >> thank you. a football question. >> there's been no decision on how brian hoyer and company plan to protest on sunday in arizona. kneeling is nothing new for eric reid who started doing it with kaepernick last year. doesn't sound like reid plans to stop even if it means risking his career. >> there comes a time i feel like i have to. i can't be silent. if i lose money, my job, i will be satisfied that i did what i felt was right. >> again, the 49ers plan to do something on sunday. we got thursday night football on kpix 5 tonight. we'll see you after the game
with the "5th quarter." i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great day. all right. here's your play of the day from major league baseball. detroit at kansas city. >> it was a single last night. and he hit that one to the gap. and orlando sliding into deep right center field! [ applause and cheers ] >> yeah. the royals orlando with the speed and slide and the catch. the royals beat detroit 7-4. a woman's ankle is broken after police bust down her door. coming up, both sides of that story and the video that shows the moment that it all happened. >> a 3-year-old boy sent to the hospital with critical injuries after a hit-and-run crash. now richmond police need the public's help identifying the suspects. the details coming up.
celebrities, playboy bunnies and fans are reacting to the news of hugh hefner's death.. as tributes pour in to the playboy founder and entrepeneur.. celebrities, playboy bunnies and fans are reacting to the news of hugh hefner's death as tributes pour in. >> nfl players asking for fan support during the national anthem ahead of tonight's thursday night football game. >> good morning. the fog is back. i'll tell you which areas will be affected. metering lights are on at the bay bridge toll plaza. more coming up. >> good morning, it's thursday, september 28th. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. >> he is a symbol of the sexual
revolution. hugh hefner died from natural causes, founder of playboy, surrounded by loved ones in los angeles yesterday. he created a multi-million dollar enterprise. his son said: hefner leaves behind children. by the way.. he sold the playboy mansion last year.. for 100 million dollars.. with a cond >> hefner leaves behind four grown children and by the way he sold the playboy mansion last year for $100,000,000 with the condition that he could live there for the rest of his life. today the woman who earned a settlement totalinnearly $7 million from the santa clara police department is speaking out about her case. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in santa clara with the details of her encounter with officers. anne. >> reporter: yeah. this woman ended up with a broken ankle after police officers busted down her door. but the santa clara police chief says a crucial part of the video is missing. >> you are not allowed to come in this house! get out! [ screaming ] ah!!
my leg just broke! ah!! >> reporter: danielle burfine says the injury caused her a permanent debilitating nerve condition. she has been in and out of a wheelchair, she has had multiple surgeries. she says she refused to open the door because police didn't have a warrant. they were there to arrest her daughter, who they identified as a suspect in an arson in santa clara high school. burfine says officers threw her down. the chief says that she tripped. and he is disappointed that the city's third party insurance company settled with her. >> my officers used minimal amount of force and just guided her back to the other officer. she slipped on the or tripped on the porch. >> reporter: the chief says the woman's attorney cut off the video when burfine admits what happened was an accident. we are going to hear from her later on today. in the meantime if you want to watch more of that video, we have it for you on our website,
cbssf.com. click on the story. live in santa clara, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> so the question, why didn't police have a warrant? >> reporter: police are allowed to go on private property without a warrant because they were using an exception that is normally used when they are in hot pursuit of a suspect right after a crime occurs when a suspect might go on private property to hide. but this woman's attorney says that that wasn't the case. this arson had happened a week before. back to you. >> thank you. time now 5:31. time for a check of the forecast. the fog is back. >> for inland residents, we're like this, yay! bring it! >> cool it down. >> inland today is not going to affect the temperatures too much. sure, we'll come down about 5 degrees inland but it is along the immediate seashore and the bay where we'll notice a significant cooling.
[ foghorn sound effect ] >> love waking up to a foghorn. 50s in the area. clear skies in oakland at 60. oakland has a northeast offshore wind at 3 but when you see a westerly that's a wind blowing onshore. that's a return of the onshore push and that's where we will see that cooling, calm conditions currently in napa. meanwhile, computer models i crunched the data together and in san jose, mineta international airport is the official reporting station. i'm forecasting easily 89 degrees in willow glen, the rose garden district, alviso and in alum rock. pretty much in the mid- to upper 80s from sunnyvale to cupertino into danville. now, along the peninsula, still not receiving much of the cooling from that westerly. so high 80s low 90s. around vallejo, benicia, martinez, upper 80s.
we'll come down about 3 degrees in the livermore area. 90s also from fairfield back through the delta. so notice the difference. additional cooling takes place on friday. and then over the weekend, high pressure strengthens. 60s to 80s. jaclyn, you're so busy yesterday. >> it was very busy. but my heart goes out to all the drivers that were stuck on the road. no problems on the eastshore freeway. just a few more brake lights but nothing to write home about. things starting to back up at the bay bridge toll plaza towards the foot of the maze just beyond the 880 overcrossing. we have those metering lights on. travel times in the green 13 minutes from the maze to san francisco. on 880 this morning, things are moving nicely in both directions. 24 minutes from 238 to 237. we are tracking two accidents
not on 880, just off 880 on the off-ramp there mowry and north fremont. so heads up there. ha t's a check of your traffic; over to you. a 3-year-old boy is hospitalized after a hit-and- run crash in richmond. kpix 5's jessica flores joins us live from oakland with the latest on the boy's condition and now the search for a suspect. jessica. >> reporter: good morning. that boy was critically injured in yesterday morning's hit-and- run crash. now, he was taken here to children's hospital oakland with a serious head injury. this happened not too far from the richmond city hall on macdonald and 28th street. police say the boy's mother was trying to put him into his car seat when he darted out into the street. and that's when police say a driver struck the boy. police say the driver stopped after hitting the child, drove slowly around, then fled. the suspect vehicle is distinct. a red smart car with a black
top. it has front end damage. police hope someone can identify the driver. >> unfortunately, the child ran off faster than the mother and the passing suspect vehicle struck the child. >> we spoke to the boy's father yesterday. he is asking the public for any help. if you recognize that car, if you know who the driver is, you're urged to call police. now, the boy's father does tell kpix 5 that the child underwent brain surgery yesterday and at last check the child was in stable condition. jessica flores, kpix 5. the man accused of swinging this bike lock at president trump supporters during a protest in berkeley this spring will be in court for a hearing. authorities believe the masked attacker is 28-year-old eric clanton a former diablo valley college professor. he now faces four counts of assault with a deadly weapon. a campus spokesman for the college says his courses included introduction to
ethics. it's been one week since hurricane maria's landfall devastated puerto rico and the situation is dire. with 97% of the island still without power, the streets are just not safe. surveillance video shows several looters breaking into a grocery store taking anything they can get their hands on and leaving a complete mess behind. with sweltering temperatures it's becoming increasingly difficult to find food, water and in some cases life-saving medical care. hospitals are running on generators but fuel is low. >> very difficult here. no air-conditioning in the rooms. >> what i fear most is that die because of this. >> some help is on the way including a military plane carrying 3500 pounds of supplies that landed in san juan yesterday. facebook wants to help
storm-ravaged puerto rico get back online. it's sending a team to restore internet connectivity. it's the same team that tested drones and planes to beam internet to rural locations. ceo mark zuckerberg also said facebook will donate $1.5 million to relief efforts. coldplay is getting the cold shoulder from the city of santa clara. city officials denied the band's request for a curfew extension for its concert at levi's stadium on wednesday. this comes just days after ed sheeran canceled a tour date at levi's over the 10 p.m. curfew. each concert has made up to $800,000 for the city's general fund. the national anthem controversy could enter a new stage this evening in green bay, wisconsin. packers players have asked fans to join them in a show of unity by locking arms in the stands during the national anthem before tonight's game against chicago. player protests during the anthem to criticize injustice and promote equality spread
after president trump made statements about the protests. >> i think there's been some positives, um, conversations come out of it. i know on our team, we have had fantastic team meeting where we kind of talked about a lot of things. things i'm not going to talk about because it's meant for just the locker room. >> live coverage of the packers-bears game is at 5 p.m. right here on kpix 5. in the nhl, sharks forward joel ward is considering kneeling during the national anthem before tonight's preseason game in anaheim. ward is canadian, one of about 30 black players in the nhl. the team supports player's rights to free speech and expression. turning to taxes republican lawmakers have released an overview of a tax proposal that would reduce both corporate and personal tax rates. while the plan is the starting point in the process, cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger is here to discuss how the changes might impact you. so jill, what does the president want to do with
individual taxes? >> reporter: the plan would reduce the number of tax brackets from 7 to 3. so the new brackets would be 12%, 25% and 35%. there is also a possibility of adding a fourth to the highest payors. the current top rate is 39.6. the lowest is 10%. now, missing in this announcement, a breakdown of income levels to which the new rates apply. kind of hard to figure out how it impacts you without knowing that. the plan calls for increasing the standard deduction. the current standard deduction is $6,350 for individuals. it would go up to $12,000. and to $24,000 for joint filers. that could make the process a lot easier come april. now, the plan would also look to raise the child tax credit which is currently $1,000 up to an unspecified amount. it would create $500 tax credit
for elderly, not children. it would retain deductions for mortgage interest and charitable contributions but pay attention to this one, california! it would eliminate the state and local tax deduction. that hurts those in high tax areas. california, new york, new jersey, the plan would also abolish the alternative minimum tax and the estate tax. >> jill, a lot of ceos focusing on this. corporate taxes. what's the proposal there? >> reporter: well, it would slash the top rates from 35 to 20%. but just to be clear, very few companies pay that 35% rate because of all the loopholes. but i think everyone will be happy about that. there is some discussion about repatriation of offshore cash, no detail on that. a new tax rate would actually be created and it would apply to pass-through corporations like an s corporation or a llc. a 25% tax bracket would be the
top level for those owners. now, remember, those owners currently pay taxes at their individual rates. so if you are at 39.6, and you drop down to 25%, that is a huge win. about 95% of businesses in the u.s. are structured as pass- throughs. they generate a majority of the government's corporate tax revenue. this is the beginning of the process. we have a lot of sausage making ahead of us. i will be breaking down the impact as more details emerge. >> the last time the tax code was rewritten was in 1986. thank you, jill schlesinger in new york city. time now 5:41. a closed-door meeting between the senate and twitter representatives. what officials are examining that involves the 2016 presidential election. >> plus, this morning, the state's department of education is deciding which textbooks will be used in public hos for the next decade. an lgbt advocacy group is not happy with how history is being written.
20-16 u-s presidential election - is set to be the focus of a meeting today, between members of the "senate intelligence russian intervention in the 2016 u.s. presidential election is set to be the focus of a meeting today between members of the senate intelligence committee and twitter. the closed-door meeting will include executives from twitter. it's expected to center on ways fake news stories may have spread across social media with help from fake twitter accounts. facebook is also in the spotlight over russian meddling in the 2016 election. cbs news has confirmed that of the 3,000 ads purchased by a russian troll farm on facebook, ahead of the presidential election, at least one was a fake ad about the "black lives matter" movement. the movement's he could creator
cocreator shared her opinions. >> misleading and racist and designed to generate and gather vitriol and bad feelings and bad perceptions against blacks, against protestors, and against the site. >> in a recent facebook live post ceo mark zuckerberg said that the ads were bought through the social network's self-service portal. zuckerberg says that process can be completed without someone ever speaking to facebook. california's students are about to get a new curriculum that focuses on the contributions of lgbts. different groups are battling over content. jackie ward is in the newsroom to explain. >> reporter: thanks to a law passed six years ago, lgbt history is required to be in history and social studies curriculums in california. some gay rights groups are saying what they are seeing in the proposed textbooks isn't enough. the fair education act was man
dade back in 2011 but it has taken publishes that long to come up with a curriculum. they said it should have more than just a token reference to harvey milk. they wanted books to point out when figures had same-sex lovers, too. >> for example, when all students find about different kinds of families in second grade it would include families with two mothers or two fathers. >> reporter: groups aren't happy with these recommended textbooks either. they say the material unlawfully redefines marriage. it teaches a new view of gender which is not approved. the state commission will be examined 12 textbooks to recommend for students through 8th grade. in the newsroom, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> how many of those 12 textbooks are lgbt advocacy groups okay with? >> one group in the bay area, our family coalition, recommended 7 books for approval with minor changes.
two were completely rejected. and one needs what they are calling substantial changes. only 2 were deemed adequate in their current form according to the lgbts. 5:47. we'll check with the forecast in a bit but let's start with traffic with jaclyn. how are things? >> they are looking better than yesterday. 680 taillights southbound and we are looking at north main street 4 minutes from willow pass to highway 24. but heads up on highway 24. we have reports of a new accident possibly two separate crashes. we are getting right near pleasant hill road. it doesn't appear to be blocking lanes. but once we get some more information we'll let you know. chp is heading to the scene. your ride on 24 looking good in the green from 680 to 580. about 11 minutes. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, things are definitely slow. we are in the yellow tracking a
ride of about 20 minutes from the maze into san francisco. now, we are getting first reports of an accident possibly right at the maze. we don't have too many details just yet. but it doesn't appear to be blocking any lanes. we'll keep a close eye on that and let you know. it will likely slow down your morning commute even just for folks who have to stop and look as they drive by. so give yourself some extra time heading in that direction. eastshore freeway still moving at the limit. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. we still have clear skies over coit tower. telegraph hill, waking up very slowly this morning. but check the golden gate bridge. the fog has returned along the immediate seashore. it stops there. it's pouring over the deck of the golden gate bridge but hasn't entered the bay waters yet. we have current air temperatures in the 50s in santa rosa. that's good sleeping weather after realizing highs there yesterday in the low 90s. san francisco is at 62 degrees. same in san jose. clear and 50 in napa.
clear conditions in los altos. and in santa rosa, john says it's 51 degrees. also clear conditions. the winds are now out of the west at 6 in san francisco which means that's an onshore push. but look across the bay. northeast at 3 in oakland that's still offshore. so inland areas not affected so much by today's cooling. but you will come down about 3 degrees in comparison to yesterday. there you have that layer of low clouds and fog hanging very tight to the coast not penetrating the san mateo coastline. bottom line, today will not be as hot as it has been. it's certainly not as dry. those winds are now going to be rotating to an onshore push from the west 10 to 20. additional cooling friday. below normal temperatures over the weekend. yesterday was 85 degrees in san francisco. typically we should be about 70. today dropping about 9 degrees. san jose, three degrees cooler. same in concord. oakland about 6 degrees cooler once that westerly begins to move into the bay and reach
oakland. emeryville, berkeley, alameda, and richmond. so here's an upper level area of low pressure. it's a dry cool front. no rain associated with t and here are the clouds associated with it. so some of these clouds will undercut this ridge of high pressure. >> extended for example: roberta, thank you. a lot of pets displaced by hurricane harvey in texas are getting medical treatment in southern california. in some cases, the pets may have been euthanized. so some veterinarians in orange
county have been donating their time to perform surgery to make sure the pets are healthy for . tiad onthese dogs. >> a lot of the pets will stay in foster homes while authorities find long-term places for them to live. oakland's zoo just got a bit bigger. a baby baboon has arrived named quito. he was born september 2nd and at just over three weeks old we are told he is adjusting very well and getting along with his siblings. quito is the 8th baboon birth in four years. the troop is 16 members now the largest of the country. 5:51. costco hit again. how you can help police track down these suspects. we'll be right back.
girl walking to san mateo high school. it happened near the railroad ninsula avenue an alert for parents this morning. a man tried to grab a teenager walking to san mateo high school near the railroad tracks on peninsula avenue yesterday. the girl said a man in his 50s or 60s drove up in a white utility van and honked, then got out and grabbed her shoulder but she ran home. officers say that a different girl reported a similar incident last week. police are now stepping up patrols in the area. it's happened again. a jewelry heist at a bay area
costco. police say the robbers targeted the store on hesperian boulevard in hayward. police say three men pried open a jewelry case, stole the merchandise and fled in a gray toyota. investigators are trying to determine the value of the stolen jewelry. police cannot say if this robbery is connected to previous ones around the bay area including this smash-and- grab in novato at costco in july. they are contacting other agencies to compare the crimes. police are looking for a driver who critically injured a small boy in richmond yesterday. i'll have the details coming up. >> and today, we will hear from a woman who broke her ankle after police broke down her door. the video of the moment in question next. ♪
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time is 's take a live look o the morning rush is about to start... with drivers hitting the roads heading to work.. jaclyn dun time now 6:00. we'll take a live look outside. on the left-hand side the beautiful bay bridge with the left side and on the right-hand side. this is 880. i want to be sure i'm right, jaclyn, 880 in oakland. looks like it's moving along well. it is in that section. but we're tracking delays south of there. and we will get to that in just a moment. we have a couple of accidents to tell you about on 80. it's already getting slow not quite as slow as we were tracking yesterday. an accident at the bay bridge toll plaza. one at the maze, another one near the toll plaza. we saw emergency crews in one of our cameras. 20 minutes from 4 to